The Evolution of End-of-Arm Tooling

Originally Recorded September 23, 2021 | Noon - 1 PM ET

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End-of-Arm Tools (EOAT) are an integral part of any industrial robotic system. This webinar will present the evolution of EOATs from their inception in the 1970’s to today. Attendees will see the advancements made over the years that have allowed EOATs to help companies around the world automate their production lines. Additionally, attendees will see a preview of what EOATs have in store for us, as the future of automation is now.

After this webinar, attendees will understand what an End-of-Arm Tool is, how EOATs have evolved over the years and the future of EOATs.

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Piab provides smart solutions for the automated world, helping thousands of end users and machine producers in e-commerce logistics, food, pharma, automotive and other manufacturing industries to improve energy-efficiency, productivity and working environments. With almost 500 employees and SEK 1.2 bn in sales 2018, Piab is a global organization, serving customers in almost 70 countries from a network of subsidiaries and distributors. By leveraging the ongoing technological development in automation and robotics, and targeting high-growth segments and geographies, Piab's vision is to become the global leader in gripping and moving solutions..

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Wesley Clark, Area Sales Manager

Wes is an Area Sales Manager for the Vacuum Automation & Robotic Gripping divisions of Piab. He lives in the Dayton Ohio area near the Xenia Robotic Gripping facility

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Oliver Lizotte, Applications Engineer Manager Vacuum Automation division

Oliver leads the team of application engineers at Piab North America in Massachusetts to provide innovative solutions for customer’s automation challenges. He holds a BS in Chemical Engineering and has been working in the automation industry for 5 years. He is a vacuum end of arm tooling expert, and is excited about future of 3D printed solutions

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